Upcoming Events

Eurydice

Staging of an abridged version of feminist playwright Sarah Ruhl's play, part of senior Erin Huang-Shaffer's Plan in theater and dance.

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A Queer Journey

Come and take a trip down a queer rabbit hole to experience stories of struggle, silence, love, personal power, transformation, sensuality, and more.

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  • Undergraduate

The Body Alone Listens (echoes, memories, associations)

This Plan show in music by Helen Pinch will include solo violin repertoire, original compositions, and improvisation with students and faculty.

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  • Undergraduate

Wine in the Wilderness

In this Plan performance of the play by Alice Childers, Saron Zewdie and friends reflect on black womanhood during the 1964 Harlem race riot.

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Witness to Change

Join senior Lysha Smith in a live audio-visual show, part of his Plan on mindfulness.

Be aware
  • Undergraduate

Salmon is Everything

Reading of the community-collaborative play directed by theater professor Jean O'Hara, presented by Marlboro College in partnership with Vermont Performance Lab

Swim upstream
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

News & Past Events

New Platform to Bring College Community Together

Marlboro College is pleased to introduce Branch Out, a new online platform for alumni to connect with each other as well as with current students, faculty, staff, trustees, and friends of the college, to be launched soon.

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  • Graduate

Teaching with Technology Program Goes Fully Online

Marlboro College’s popular Master of Arts in Teaching with Technology program will change from a low-residency format to a 100 percent online curriculum starting in Fall 2018, with the new name Master of Arts in Teaching: Learning Design and Technology.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Experiential Sound Installation

Come explore this immersive sound art by graduating senior Lysha Smith, part of his Plan of Concentration in music.

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  • Undergraduate

Shaunna Oteka McCovey and Sara Coffey to Address Commencement

Leaders in arts and community to share valuable experience with class of 2018.

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  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Tae Kim

Renowned pianist Tae Kim presents his program inspired by the late Lou Reed, "Walk on the Wild Side," featuring works by Schumann, Greif, and Dana Brayton.

Ring those bells
  • Undergraduate

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